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  1. Singapore Chinese girls' School http://socrates.moe.edu.sg/schools/scgs/ntnujava/
  2. Chinese High School (Singapore) http://www.chs.edu.sg/ntnujava/index.html
  3. Yuhua secondary school http://www.moe.edu.sg/school/sch3019/ntnujava/index.html
  4. Raffles Girl's (secondary) School http://resource.rgs.edu.sg/sc/ntnujava/indexLayerH.html
  5. WarpDrive Technology http://web.warpdrive.com.sg/ntnujava/
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